Many staff members of Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream Cake have stated it as their preferred dessert, yet some find it difficult to cut. Furthermore, many contend it dries out quickly in the freezer.
However, the company is working to change this perception with its unique ice cream cakes for special events and celebrations. Check them out!
Chocolate Heart Cake
Chocolate Heart Cake is an irresistibly delightful treat perfect for anyone with a craving for sweets! Layers of ice cream, cake, and colorful sprinkles ensure any sweet tooth will love this particular dessert.
An easy and quick way to create an adorable heart-shaped cake decoration! Attach a small French tip to the darkest bag of chocolate buttercream, secure it to a small cake base, and pipe a shell border around its base and the top edge of a heart-shaped cake.
Once complete, use a cookie cutter to mark semi-circles around the top of the cake beneath its shell border. Attach a light-colored French tip to one bag of chocolate buttercream and pipe a similar border above the dark one.
Birthday Fun Cake
If you love being amused, then this cake will tickle your funny bone! With just our basic recipe and some added banana puree, this comedy-inducing treat will have everyone laughing with its easy assemblage and humorous topping: Too Old for DiCaprio written in sugar paste across its thick surface and finished off with miniature sugarpaste bananas for decoration!
Make this memorable cake the centerpiece of any special celebration with this easy birthday recipe! Perfect for kids’ parties and made using standard white cake mix or store-bought varieties. Decorate it to suit any theme using colorful sprinkles and edible gold flakes to complete its appearance! Ensure even cooking by preheating your oven prior to starting baking!
Rainbow sprinkles dance across layers of creamy whipped topping in this vibrant cake! Your choice of Haagen-Dazs ice cream sits atop Pirouline cookie pieces in this festive dessert!
This cake is essential for any celebration or party, easy to prepare and sure to leave an impressionful impression! Just ensure all of the ingredients are at room temperature before beginning mixing; this will provide an evenly baked batter.
To assemble your cake, begin by placing one of the cake layers on a plate or cake stand and spreading frosting evenly over it. Next, add another cake layer on top, pressing sprinkles into the frosting for a skirt effect.
This dessert ships frozen on dry ice and should be enjoyed within several days; it will keep well in your refrigerator for up to one week.
Caramel Delight Cake
Cakes that combine rich caramel topping and fluffy vanilla chiffon cake interiors are the perfect cakes to commemorate special events such as birthdays, anniversaries, or holidays.
No matter if you arrange the kumquat rounds in concentric circles or add chopped rhubarb without regard for aesthetics, the basic formula remains true: shiny caramel, perfectly baked fruit, and creamy cake batter come together for an upside-down showpiece of a dessert that proves Southerners know best!
Beat butter and sugar in a large bowl until light and fluffy. Mix in milk and salt; continue blending until everything is well mixed. Gradually incorporate confectioner’s sugar until all has been used up; gradually combine caramel syrup.
Chocolate Cookie Crunch Cake
This delicious cake is sure to please any special event! Made from delicious Haagen Dazs ice cream and covered in decadent chocolate ganache, it will delight both children and adults.
Sift flour and cornstarch together into a medium bowl. Meanwhile, beat together butter and sugars until light and fluffy before mixing in egg and vanilla for optimal results.
Add dry ingredients and cookie pieces, mixing until everything is evenly distributed. Press this dough evenly into a greased cake pan before baking for 20-22 minutes and allow it to cool before flipping it onto a serving plate.
Pour the remaining plain frosting over the cake and press crumbs gently into it; top with rainbow sprinkles if desired and refrigerate any leftovers until ready to enjoy at room temperature, or refrigerate any extra slices in an airtight container. Refrigerating will help this cake remain crunchy, but it can also be appreciated without refrigeration!
Chocolate Cookie Dough Cake
If you love cookie dough, this cake will surely satisfy you. Layers of dark chocolate cake are filled with edible cookie dough and finished off with brown sugar buttercream for an unforgettable presentation that is sure to amaze guests!
This cake is simple enough for even novice bakers to make; all it requires is time and a few readily available ingredients.
Save yourself time by prepping the cake in advance; double wrapping and placing it in the fridge can speed things up considerably. When ready, allow to sit at room temperature for 1-2 hours before beating until smooth.
Make sure to use heat-treated flour when creating cookie dough; raw flour can contain bacteria. Also, mini chocolate chips work better as larger chips may not blend as seamlessly into the dough.
Chocolate Covered Cones Cake
Cone-and-cupcake novelty desserts featuring an eye-catching combination of cones and cupcakes are sure to increase impulse buys at your ice cream shop or cafe. Able to stand upright without support, these novelty treats feature an ingenious combination of pastry flour and cake flour for an airier texture that complements more decadent ice cream flavors.
Prepare cake mix batter according to package directions, then fill each lined muffin cup and cone cupcake with it up to the first ridge of their cones. Bake until a knife inserted in the center comes out clean – between 15-20 minutes.
Just hold onto the tip of each cone and dip it into melted chocolate before adding any add-ins, such as pistachios, sprinkles, or cocoa nibs for decoration. Place the dipped cones onto a parchment paper-lined baking sheet before refrigerating for approximately 30 minutes until firm. Alternatively, the cones could be stacked one upon another and covered in thick layers of chocolate for a thicker texture.
Chocolate Covered Pirouline Cake
The Chocolate Covered Pirouline Cake is an absolute dream come true for chocolate enthusiasts! Boasting four moist, dark chocolate cake layers interleaved with two-ingredient chocolate pudding mousse, its surface is generously covered in silky double chocolate frosting smothered in chopped chocolate-covered toffee bars before finally being decorated with swirls of white and double chocolate buttercream on its edges for the finishing touches.
This cake is ideal for any special occasion and can be tailored specifically to suit the recipient. Choose your ice cream flavors, add extra decorations such as fresh-cut strawberries, or add any number of special extra touches such as bows.
To create the chocolate glaze, heat heavy cream until just simmering before mixing in chocolate chips until spreadable. Drizzle over your cake when cool and serve! These eight or 10-inch cakes cost $55 or $69. If you desire something larger with multiple layers of Haagen Dazs ice cream, they cost $69.
Chocolate-Covered Cookie Cake
Make this cookie cake to suit any special event: birthdays, anniversaries, and Christmas. Vanilla buttercream spread between each cookie layer is piped around its edge for the ideal frosting-to-cookie ratio, and festive M&Ms make an attractive decoration! This dessert makes an impressive statement at any gathering or celebration!
Browning the butter is crucial to this dish, adding depth of flavor with toffee-like undertones. Dark brown sugar provides richness and complexity that adds dimension.
Make this cake up to one day ahead and store it uncovered at room temperature. The frosting can also be prepared and refrigerated until needed, though it will form a crust when returned to room temperature for serving.
Chocolate Covered Caramel Cake
Chocolate-covered caramels are irresistibly satisfying treats and this cake shares that irresistible flavor! Perfect for special events and gatherings alike – even ahead of time if desired! Bake and freeze undecorated cakes before frosting with caramel frosting, and enjoy!
To make this cake dairy-free, replace the buttermilk with almond milk and use a dairy-free caramel sauce.
To make caramel sails, combine water and sugar in a heavy-bottomed saucepan over medium-high heat, without stirring, until the sugar turns dark golden amber in color. Remove from the heat and slowly mix in butter and cream while being careful as the mixture will bubble and steam; whisk until smooth before adding salt and vanilla as desired.